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what does the poet think of stammer primarily in the poem Stammer?

what does the poet think of stammer primarily in the poem Stammer?

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  1. The poet does not consider stammer as a defect. For his stammering is the very basis of language. It is the characteristic feature of human expression. Every person is unique and so is his way of speaking, understanding and interpreting words. All this helps in enriching the language.

    Whenever we stammer, we add to the God of Meanings. It is not a mistake but a sacrifice to the language. The poet is of the views that God must have stammered while creating humans. This is why we are imperfect. Hence God is also imperfect. So being imperfect is a virtue for us.

    Read the summary of Stammer by K. Satchidanandan.

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